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Chemical Engineering (electric vehicles) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 7 Chemical Engineering (electric vehicles) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Hydrogen vehicles with lower cost & enhanced durability – a road to zero (Advert Reference: RDF22/EE/MCE/XING)

In 2018, the UK government released its strategy in a report entitled «The road to zero» presenting new measures to clean up road transport and lead the world in developing, manufacturing, and using zero-emission road vehicles. Read more

Continuous Manufacture of Materials for Energy Storage

Manufacturing high performance batteries is a key requirement to address the pressing challenges of climate change. Battery technology is critical in enabling electric vehicles and storing renewable energy. Read more

Tribological Challenges of Green Energy Production and Use

  Research Group: nCATS
Supervisory Team:  Monica Ratoi, Brian Mellor.  Project description. An Industrially Sponsored Project. The reduction of carbon emissions which contribute to climate change requires novel technologies for green energy production and use e.g. Read more

PhD in Green Hydrogen Based Steel Manufacturing

  Research Group: Steels Processing
Steel is the most widely-used structural material in the world. If a product is not made of steel it is made using steel. Steel is at the heart of UK manufacturing sectors such as automotive, aerospace, construction, packaging and defence. Read more

Molten oxide electrolysis processing for technology-critical, strategic metals

Overview. A new process for strategic metal production with near-zero greenhouse gas emissions would radically alter the environmental footprint of rare earth elements and refractory metals. Read more

Feasibility study of heavy metal mining from subsurface reservoirs for renewable energy storage

Heavy metal demand is expected to increase as more of the world turns to electric vehicles and renewable energy storage systems. However, current supply of heavy metals is not sufficient to meet energy transition targets over the next decade due to limited available resources. Read more

In situ characterization of diesel engine oil

This project is based in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield, in collaboration with Caterpillar Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines, and diesel-electric locomotives. Read more
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